Tickets for the Powergen Challenge Cup semi final will go on sale on Saturday 2nd July to season ticket holders, Rhinos 2000 members and Leedsline agents.
Tickets for the Powergen Challenge Cup semi final against Toulouse at the Galpharm Stadium on Sunday 31st July, kick off 1.45pm, will go on sale on Saturday 2nd July to season ticket holders, Rhinos 2000 members and Leedsline agents. There is no restriction on the number of tickets that can be bought by season ticket holders, Rhinos 2000 members and Leedsline agents and sale will be restricted to those categories until 5pm on Thursday 7th July. All remaining tickets will go on general sale from 9am on Friday 8th July. The ticket office will be open this Saturday from 9am until 4pm however please note this will just be for ticket sales in person and telephone orders will not be taken on Saturday. The ticket office is closed on Sunday but opens as normal from Monday. Season ticket holders must bring their season ticket booklet with them on Saturday. Official coach travel is also available to purchase from Saturday priced £9 with coaches leaving Headingley at 11am on the day of the game from the South Stand. Ticket prices are as follows: £20/*£10 - Main Stand Central £18/*£9 - Main Stand Non-central £16/*£8 - Behind the posts *Denotes concession price, available to juniors under 16, seniors aged 60 and over and students (upon production of a valid picture ID) Saturday 2nd July - 9am-4pm (Priority ticket category) (No telephone sales, in person only) Sunday - CLOSED Monday 4th July - 9am-5pm (Priority ticket category) Tuesday 5th July - 9am-5pm (Priority ticket category) Wednesday 6th July - 9am-5pm (Priority ticket category) Thursday 7th July - 9am-5pm (Priority ticket category) Friday 8th July 9am onwards (General Sale)
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